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Hello! Get the FREE AFRH Mobile App & enjoy the Conference Proceedings at your convenience. Download from any App Store or visit http://afrhconference.org.ng
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Living with sickle cell disease.
People with sickle cell disease need comprehensive healthcare; the disease comes with many complications that can be anticipated, prevented and managed effectively. Many patients are living full and healthy lives. 

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Prenatal Diagnosis Workshop!
Continuing Medical Professional Education 2017 Workshop Series.
http://nisa.com.ng/product/prenatal-diagnosis-workshop/
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Happy Nurses Week! We are very thankful for our nurses and all that they do.
www.nisa.com.ng
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Nisa Hospital Cordially invites you to her Open-Day!
Date: 6th May, 2017
Time: Saturday 9:00-12:00PM
Venue:Nelson Mandela Hall, Nera Hotels #26 Alex Ekwueme Way, Off Jabi Lake, Jabi Abuja.
For further inquiries please call:08090457736, 08174210027
http://nisa.com.ng/fertility-open-day/
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Vaccines save 2-3 million lives every year. #VaccinesWork
#WorldImmunizationWeek
#VaccinesWork
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Vaccines have helped to save 122 million lives since 1990 - and they continue to save 2-3 million lives every year. #VaccinesWork
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Child Care Referral System Workshop
Open to physicians, nurses, pharmacists and healthcare managers: Sessions will include presentations by internationally recognised faculties from reputable institutions.


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Viral and bacterial meningitis are contagious. The symptoms may include fever, headache, stiff neck, and fatigue, rash, sore throat and intestinal symptoms may also occur.

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Free Glaucoma screening available at Nisa Hospital!
What Causes Glaucoma?
It’s the result of high fluid pressure inside your eye. This happens when the liquid in the front part of the eye doesn’t circulate the way it should.
http://nisa.com.ng/glaucoma/
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